Adaptation de modèles épidémiologiques pour l'analyse des propagations de défaillances dans une ressource de production

  title={Adaptation de mod{\`e}les {\'e}pid{\'e}miologiques pour l'analyse des propagations de d{\'e}faillances dans une ressource de production},
  author={F. Ongowe and S. Hennequin and A. Nyoungue and J. Kagunda and W. Ogana},
Nous explorons ici l'applicabilite de modeles epidemiologiques pour decrire la propagation de defaillances dans une ressource de production. En effet, la complexite et d'interdependance des systemes fait qu'une perturbation ne degrade pas seulement un element mais peut s'etendre a d'autres elements, entrainant l'arret des systemes. De plus, une ressource degradee risque consommer et de generer des pollutions ou des dechets supplementaires. Notre idee est d'etendre l'application des modeles… Expand

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